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Issue 6, 2006
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Looking forward: a glance into the future of organic chemistry

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Abstract

What will organic chemistry do in the next forty years? This Perspective lists six tasks that have emerged during the first edition of ESYOP, a symposium devoted to the future of organic chemistry. The collective answer presented has been elaborated following a 4-step process: stimulating plenary lectures given by outstanding chemists and philosophers, short presentations given by each participant (average age: 34 years old), think-tank sessions and writing of the final report after the symposium.

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Submitted
07 Feb 2006
Accepted
30 Mar 2006
First published
24 May 2006

New J. Chem., 2006,30, 823-831
Article type
Perspective

Looking forward: a glance into the future of organic chemistry

P. Compain, V. Desvergnes, C. Ollivier, F. Robert, F. Suzenet, M. Barboiu, P. Belmont, Y. Blériot, F. Bolze, S. Bouquillon, E. Bourguet, B. Braida, T. Constantieux, L. Désaubry, D. Dupont, S. Gastaldi, F. Jérome, S. Legoupy, X. Marat, M. Migaud, N. Moitessier, S. Papot, F. Peri, M. Petit, S. Py, E. Schulz, I. Tranoy-Opalinski, B. Vauzeilles, P. Vayron, L. Vergnes, S. Vidal and S. Wilmouth, New J. Chem., 2006, 30, 823
DOI: 10.1039/B601837H

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